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Support micro sdhc card for galaxy mini

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by saviour209, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. saviour209

    saviour209 New Member
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    hello is transcend 8 GB micro sdhc memory cards are compatible with Samsung galaxy mini?


    i am having a problem buying a new one.it has a 2 GB sandisk microsd card with it.but i want to buy a new 8 GB memory card but you all know that android only support fat format so i do not know which card should i choose


    please advice me some cards
     

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  2. chanchan05

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    All cards by default have FAT32 format.
     
  3. saviour209

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    you mean if i buy any sdhc card that will support galaxy mini or android phones
     
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    *moved to Samsung Galaxy Mini (S5570) forum*
     
  6. geeraffeman

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    Hi there,

    I have bought a 32gb SDHC card for my Galaxy Mini. Have transferred some music from my laptop onto the SDHC card but am not able to view the albums. I had no issues with the original 2gb sd card.

    The files are definitely MP3 format as well.

    Any ideas please? Or any step by step instructions would be appreciated.

    Thankyou
     
  7. lunatic59

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    Can you browse to the files on the SD card when it's in the phone using a file manager like Astro or ES File Explorer? If so, check to make sure there isn't a file called .nomedia in that folder. It will make any media files invisible. If it exists, delete it and restart the phone.
     

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